Discussion_Board_Instructions(1)

Discussion_Board_Instructions(1) - PHIL 104 DISCUSSION...

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PHIL 104 D ISCUSSION B OARD I NSTRUCTIONS Discussion Board forums will be divided into two parts: a thread in response to the instructor’s prompt and replies to at least two classmates’ threads. Review the Discussion Board Thread Grading Rubric and the Replies Grading Rubric for a list of criteria and the breakdown of points for each part of these assignments. To complete Discussion Board Forum 1 and Discussion Board Forum 2, please adhere to the following: General Instructions: 1. Quotations or the use of thoughts other than your own should be properly cited in APA or Turabian format. Do not plagiarize. 2. First person (eg. "I" or "we") is allowed in all posts. 3. See the Student Expectations link for guidelines on proper netiquette. 4. All threads in response to the instructor’s prompt should be 250–300 words. This parameter helps to promote writing that is thorough, yet concise enough to permit other students to read all the postings.
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